Postgraduate History student, James Gibbs, successfully defends PhD

Date: 2 November 2011

It gives the Department of History great pleasure to be able to announce another PhD success in the department.

James Gibbs was successfully examined for his Ph.D on 17th October 2011. His title was 'Settler Mythologies: Citizenship, Land and Kenyan Independence'. The external examiner was Dr Kent Fedorowich, Reader in British Imperial History, University of the West of England, and Dr Ian Gregory was the internal examiner. James was supervised by Professor Stephen Constantine and Dr Deborah Suttonand was AHRC-funded.


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Associated departments and research centres: History